Dating and travel
It’s a pretty good lifestyle, that’s for sure; you’re always on the road and have the freedom to go where ever you want and work flexible hours. It’s certainly unconventional, but becoming increasingly popular as more people choose this lifestyle.When you’re travelling a lot, or living a nomadic life, you get to know many people – but you’re only able to build deep and meaningful connections with a few, and these can be both romantic relationships or platonic friendships.She wrote for Scene Magazine, Santa Cristina Winery in Italy and was Boston Editor of Joonbug.Alexa has traveled to Greece, England, Ireland, Germany and Italy. Alexa majored in Journalism at Suffolk University, Boston.These moments force you into making fast decisions and differ greatly from the luxury of having the time to see ‘where things are going’.Nomadic or not, the couples we’ve interviewed often say the exact same things.And trust me, this world traveler always keeps his word.
There are plenty of fish in the sea and well, every once in a while there’s nothing wrong with trying to catch them all. Oh, long-distance, that dreadful word that is known to break men and women alike.
There's something to be said about the girl with the wanderlust gene: Some people were, simply put, born to travel.
It's part of who they are, and they wouldn't consider living any other way.
People constantly come and go from your life: have you ever had that moment when you just got to know someone really cool and your next big flight is scheduled the following week?
Maybe this person is a local and has even less flexibility to be spontaneous.
Dimly lit bars, loud dance floors and awkward introductions—yikes!